We are a movement of churches on mission together.

We exist to help churches make disciples of all nations. Our efforts advance relationships and resources through strong, gospel-centered partnerships with churches and other ministry partners.

Together, we are reaching the world for Christ.

N.C. Baptist churches are among the top partners of the International Mission Board (IMB) with 3,543 fully-supported missionaries. This combined with missions sending through Baptists on Mission demonstrate that making disciples is our top priority. Visit praync.org to explore prayer guides for hundreds of N.C. Baptist missionaries. 

Our churches are sending church planters across the state.

Last year we launched a partnership with the North American Mission Board called SendNC. In 2022, 51 churches were planted! This new initiative doubles church planting efforts across the state, meaning your church has access to more resources and better training.

Together, we are training the next generation.

Ministry training is vital, and we want it to be as accessible and economical as possible. Fruitland Baptist Bible College and Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary make that possible. 

Additionally, we offer hope and healing to children and families in crisis with Baptist Children’s Homes. N.C. Baptist Assembly at Fort Caswell hosts 7,000 students at BeDoTell camp annually.

The local church comes first.

The local church is God’s “Plan A” for reaching the world. That means we place a high value on ensuring the church is as healthy as possible and laser-focused on sending new laborers. Our staff serve, whether as regional catalysts that are deployed across the state or ministry strategists with expertise in various ministry areas.

The multi-church City Residency Project in Charlotte is an example of our efforts. We encourage our partner churches to consider N.C. Baptist staff as extra team members, calling on them to assist with any need. 

Recent events include January’s Revitalization conference with over 200 attending and February’s Disciple-making Conference serving 1,300 attendees. The Women’s Discipleship Conference will be in October.

Together, we are launching strategic initiatives.

Because of the generosity of N.C. Baptists, we have developed strategic partnerships with various organizations to bring additional value to your church. Through a partnership with the Psalm 139 Project and due to the generosity of N.C. Baptists, we have placed four ultrasound machines in critical pregnancy resource centers around the state. These efforts amplify the work of local churches in those communities by giving new tools to ministries where many N.C. Baptists are caring for vulnerable mothers and sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ. 

A partnership with Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) has given legal resources and help to churches that may not otherwise be able to afford it. ADF helps churches with their governing documents, policies and procedures so they can minister boldly to their communities while standing on their biblical convictions related to marriage and sexuality.

The administrative burden is lightened.

Want to plan a retreat or camp experience? Partner churches get easy access to three camps and conference centers across the state. Need help with compensation, retirement benefits, non-profit status, child safety policies, bylaw procedures or related questions? We have you covered. Our qualified staff is only one call away from partner churches.